- What Is “Traditional Camp”?
- When are the Traditional Camp Sessions?
- Traditional Camp Application and Forms
- What to Bring to Camp
- Traditional Camp Daily Schedule
- Weekly Activity Classes Offered
Traditional Camp is for youth ages 9 through 14 and is held in seven one-week, coed sessions. Campers participate in tribe activities, camp fires, an all-camp sleep out, and classes such as; Horseback Riding, Archery, Swimming, Boating, Nature, Arts & Crafts, Recreation, Outpost Camping, Soccer, Field Games, Street Hockey, Nature, Outdoor Cooking, Frisbee Golf, Biking and more. Combined with new and old friends, these activities give campers many choices for a wonderful camp experience.
Traditional Camp Sessions
There are seven one-week sessions each summer. Sessions run from Sunday afternoon (drop off is between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm) through Saturday morning (pick up is after 9:30 am and before 11:00 am).
Traditional Camp Application and Forms:
If you did not receive an application in the mail this season, please contact us so we can add you to our mailing list. Once you are accepted to camp, a packet of necessary forms will be sent to you.
What to Bring to Camp – click to print a list
- Medical form
- Other required forms
- Spending money for the camp store/certain activities
- Twin-sized fitted sheet and/or mattress cover
- Sleeping bag or blankets
- Pillow and case
- Toothbrush, toothpaste, floss, etc.
- Shower gear (shampoo, conditioner, soap, shower sandals)
- Swim suit
- Towels for bath and beach
- Everyday clothing (plenty of extras!)
- Sock and sneakers
- Spirit dress up clothing, if you wish (include something dressy for Dress Up Dinner on Friday!)
- Sweatshirt for the evening
- Plastic ground cloth for All Camp Sleep Out
- Raincoat (just in case!)
- Fishing gear, if you wish
Horse Activity Campers should ALSO Bring:
- Long pants
- Riding boots or shoes with a heel
- Helmet, if you have your own or one will be provided
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